Indian River Lagoon – Treasure Coast Scenic Highway
Byway Length: 42 Miles
Designated: December 14, 2005
FDOT District: 4
The byway includes section of two iconic American roadways: A1A and US1. US1 on the mainland takes you through Fort Piece and Port St. Lucie. A1A on the barrier island takes you along the Atlantic Ocean.
What makes the Indian River Lagoon – Treasure Coast Scenic Highway extraordinary is the view from the sandy, coastal dunes that drift out into the Atlantic Ocean to the mangrove-covered banks of the Indian River Lagoon – home to more than 4,000 species of plants and animals, including 50 species that are endangered or threatened.
This corridor is more than a paved path that takes you from Point A to Point B. It’s an educational experience designed to enhance St. Lucie County’s remarkable historical, cultural, and environmental resources.
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Indian River Lagoon – Treasure Coast Scenic Highway Map
Indian River Lagoon – Treasure Coast
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This scenic highway is on Florida’s east coast and is primarily comprised of two iconic American roads: A1A and US 1. The roadway can be accessed from I-95 south of Vero Beach and north of Start. The Center axis of the byway is in Fort Pierce.
These are specific resources for this byway. See Associated Florida Resources for connections to organizations affecting all byways in Florida.
St. Lucie County:
St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce:
City of Fort Pierce: